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Suzanne Brown Agency LLC Blog: flood insurance

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______________________________________   Severe Thunderstorms may produce heavy rains, damaging winds, tornadoes and hail tonight       Be Prepared: 1.  Bring pets inside 2.  Secure loose objects such as outdoor furniture 3. READ MORE >>

We are honored to serve you for 18 years!   Eighteen years ago, our agency started as a small business from referrals and word of mouth.   Our priority has always been service first.   As an independent insurance agency,  we continue to expand our options for policyholders to offer over 100 insurance carriers. READ MORE >>

  Does your home insurance cover foundation damage? We purchase home insurance to offset the costs of damage to our homes.  On a standard home insurance, foundation damage is not automatically covered so we recommend you add foundation damage coverage on your policy READ MORE >>

  How to get a CLUE about your claims history Your future or current home's insurance claims history can affect your insurance rates.   You may want to check the property’s history of insurance claims. READ MORE >>

  We're ready to help you if you have damage from Imelda flooding.   Remember to document damage and file insurance claims quickly.  Report your property damage as soon as possible For company phone numbers, use our Company Lookup or call us at 281-558-2210. READ MORE >>

  Be prepared for the hotter months in season even if June and July are quiet storm months. Once they do start rolling, though, look out. There is a deep pool of warm water tucked into the Gulf of Mexico, across the western Caribbean and along the U.S. READ MORE >>

  What is a hurricane watch? What is a hurricane warning? How are the two different? A hurricane watch means hurricane conditions (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher) are possible in a specified area. This watch is issued 48 hours before tropical storm–force winds (39 to 73 mph) are expected in an area. READ MORE >>

  It's hard to believe it's been two years from Hurricane Harvey, a 2017 Category 4 hurricane.   Some called it a biblical storm dropping over 40 inches of water in four days.   READ MORE >>

  The howling winds and torrential rain has died down. But just because the hurricane has passed doesn’t mean you’re in the clear yet. With the danger of dangling power lines, fallen trees, flooding and more, you’ll want to keep these 8 things in mind when safely returning to your home or assessing it for damage. READ MORE >>

The climate experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continue to predict active Atlantic hurricane seasons in the coming years. Therefore, boaters in hurricane-prone regions need to take steps to keep their vessels safe from harm or at least minimize potential damage and injuries. READ MORE >>

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